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  • Valley repeats as state champions in softball

    Valley High School defeated Berthoud 6-4 to repeat as 3A state softball champions. Valley went into the tourney as the #1 seed, while Berthoud was #7. Berthoud not only defeated Holyoke, but topped #2 Holy Family and #3 Rocky Ford on their way to the cham...
  • Weight classes changed in 2011-12 wrestling

    The most significant changes in weight classes in high school wrestling in 23 years will take place in the 2011-12 season. In its April 4-6 meeting in Indianapolis, Ind., the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Wrestling Rules Co...
  • JH BB starts Tuesday

    Thirty-one junior high boys turned out for the 2011 basketball season which will get under way Tuesday, Nov. 1 when teams travel to Julesburg to face Sedgwick County. Tip off is scheduled for 4 p.m. Fifteen seventh graders and 16 eighth graders make up t...
  • Childhood overweight and obesity is a growing problem in United States

    Overweight and obesity in children has become an increasing problem in the U.S. Children identified as overweight are at or above the 95th percentile of body mass index (BMI) for their age and gender. The rates of overweight and obesity are dangerously h...
  • Fact or Fiction? Promising young men settle difficulties with fists

    These stories from local history are sometimes so extraordinary it’s hard to believe they actually happened. Check out ‘fact or fiction’ stories: they’re actual Enterprise news clips reprinted from the past.   While our city was in the mids...
  • Be aware of breast cancer

    Fall is in the air, harvest is mostly done and most people are starting to think about winter and the holidays coming up. Most women are thinking about buying presents and what kind of things need to be or can be done for others, not about themselves and ...
  • Piano duet to take stage in Ogallala, Neb. Nov. 5

    The exciting young piano duet team of Anderson & Roe will be taking the stage Saturday, Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. at the Ogallala, Neb. High School Lecture Hall. They will present a spectacular concert of classical music that will bring a new appreciation of ...
  • Fact or Fiction? Haxtun gamblers are raided by holdups

    These stories from local history are sometimes so extraordinary it’s hard to believe they actually happened. Check out ‘fact or fiction’ stories: they’re actual Enterprise news clips reprinted from the past.   As a result of an attempt made...
  • Another Perspective

    Heartfelt wartime hospitality should not be forgotten “Once Upon a Town” by Bob Greene just opened a whole new perspective for me about the North Platte, Neb. Canteen during World War II. Wow! Wow! Wow! And might I say, WOW! What started out as the...
  • Extension Corner

    Avoid the “Boo-Boos” this Halloween Halloween is among the top three holidays producing the most emergency room visits, according to a nine-year study of pediatric emergency room visits between 1997 and 2006. Most of the injuries were to the finger ...
  • The Laughing Mom: humorous tales of motherhood

    The truth about babies Every once in a while, I have a flashback to my teenage self. Looking at my life through Teen-Susan’s eyes is very strange. She thought she’d be a career woman in a big city ... so she looks at her true future and cringes just ...
  • Senior Corner

    Medicare Prescription Drug enrollment has begun and will run Oct. 15-Dec. 7. There are 28 stand-alone plans, 33 advantage plans and five special-needs plans. The highest deductible is $320. The national bench mark is $31.08 and the Colorado bench mark is...
  • Peekin' into the Past

    Five Years AgoOct. 26, 2006 Holyoke and Haxtun school districts are looking to find a way to share revenues if a proposed ethanol plant is built in Phillips County. Terri Dishman and Missy Herod open Hair with Flair in Body Works. Casey Blake recently ...
  • Four local teens to share the message from '11 Distracted Driving Summit

    A five-member Holyoke High School team recently returned from the National Organizations for Youth Safety’s (NOYS) 2011 National Teen Distracted Driving Summit in Washington, D.C. While there, they tackled solutions for the dangerous behavior of text...
  • Radar speed signs coming to school zone

    Traffic traveling through Holyoke’s school zone on Highway 385 will be reminded of their speed in the coming months. City Council members voted Tuesday night, Oct. 18 to go ahead and purchase one radar speed sign at a cost of roughly $5,000. Under the ...
  • Radar speed signs coming to school zone

    Traffic traveling through Holyoke’s school zone on Highway 385 will be reminded of their speed in the coming months. City Council members voted Tuesday night, Oct. 18 to go ahead and purchase one radar speed sign at a cost of roughly $5,000. Under the ...
  • Farmers moving right along with annual harvest

    Decent weather has allowed many area farmers to spend time in the field gathering the golden crop over the past few weeks. According to Steve Young of Grainland Cooperative, harvest was roughly 40 percent complete as of Tuesday morning, Oct. 25. He said ...
  • Farmers moving right along with annual harvest

    Decent weather has allowed many area farmers to spend time in the field gathering the golden crop over the past few weeks. According to Steve Young of Grainland Cooperative, harvest was roughly 40 percent complete as of Tuesday morning, Oct. 25. He said ...
  • Will Heginbotham Trust appoints Evans

    Appointed by trustees David Colver and John Schneider, Mary Louise Evans is the newest member to serve Phillips County on the three-member Heginbotham Trust. “It’s an honor to be a trustee,” said Evans, noting how important it is to wisely reinvest...
  • Will Heginbotham Trust appoints Evans

    Appointed by trustees David Colver and John Schneider, Mary Louise Evans is the newest member to serve Phillips County on the three-member Heginbotham Trust. “It’s an honor to be a trustee,” said Evans, noting how important it is to wisely reinvest...